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Officer says he’s target of HPD retaliation

His lawsuit alleges that complaints about “slide time” weren’t kept confidential

By Rob Shikina

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 09, 2014

~~<p>A Honolulu police officer is suing the city and several of his supervisors, claiming that they retaliated against him after he complained about officers being allowed to go home early and still get paid for the rest of their shift.</p>
<p>Cpl. George Martin, who works in the Waianae District, also claims his supervisors didn't keep his name confidential after he reported the activity and&nbsp;instead discussed his complaints with other officers, resulting in his mental anguish and stress while on the job.</p>
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A Honolulu police officer is suing the city and several of his supervisors, claiming that they retaliated against him after he complained about officers being allowed to go home early and still get paid for the rest of their shift.

Cpl. George Martin, who works in the Waianae District, also claims his supervisors didn't keep his name confidential after he reported the activity and instead discussed his complaints with other officers, resulting in his mental anguish and stress while on the job. Login for more...



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